Kick back and enjoy
The best part about Antibes is that you get the beautiful scenery of the Cote D'Azur, but a much more open, laid-back atmosphere. Especially if you are in your twenties and thirties, this is a great place to kick back, enjoy a drink, and meet lots of interesting people from around the world! This town is very special and should not be missed by any traveler on any budget.
Secret desert beaches!!
Actually, I am sorry but I would not tell where it is possible to find it.. cause if I do it won't anymore be the quiet place it is. I just can give a tip... do not be afraid to walk a bit away from town.
This was the home of the famed, depending on who you ask, Grimaldi family. This is worth taking a look at as the Grimaldi family is one of the most well known families in the history of the Cote Azur and not just because of their wealth, but from a political perspective as well. The Chateau also house the Picasso Museum as well, so its kind of a two for one special, definitely worth a visit!
Marineland.... loved it
Not far away from Antibes i.e. 20 mins by bus there is the theme park Marine Land where you can enjoy a whole day there, it's fun for children and even for adults. There are shows of dolphins, killer whales and sea lions. You can enjoy a picnic in the picnic area. One thing you need to go early for the show cos one minute you'll not even a person and after 1mins it's all packed up.
Antibes Walking Tour Part III
Nearby are the cathedral of Antibes with beautiful baroque facade and the rough stone bell tower (open 8 am – 6pm). If you like pottery then the Musée d’Archéologie at the Bastion St-André is for you. The archeological museum shows all the findings from the various periods that Antibes went through: Ligurian, Greek, Roman and Medieval Most of the objects were salvaged from shipwrecks (museum open Monday – Friday, 10am – 12pm, 2pm – 6pm, €2). The Old Antibes beach is small, sandy, and pleasant but can be crowded (and water was very cold in May).
Now turn right back in the narrow streets again. You will roam around De Cours Masena, Rue d'Horloge, Rue de l'Orme and Rue de la Touraque. The cobbled streets are really colorful because of the many flowers in flower-boxes and trunks. All streets lead to the main market square, filled with artisans and busy cafes well into the evening. Here, at the Marche Provencal, you can try delicious French pancakes (crepes) with all kind of fillings (chocolate, jam, ham, cheese, an so on). The Marche Provencal is a covered market; you can buy also flowers, fruits, vegetables, and spices. Nearby is the Marie (town hall).